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Bored of all the usual restaurants? Want to try something new and different?
Well, then you must carry on reading as we disclose the weirdest restaurants of the country. Scary!
Kunzum cafe is located in the Hauz Khas village and is a place where travelers from all around the world come and interact with each other. Kunzum is one of its kind; it is a travel cafe with the unbelievable "Pay what you like" concept. You can have coffee, tea, cookies, use wifi & just enjoy, eat, drink, and leave.
Goyo is a silent Korean restaurant. 'Silent', very unusual. It serves delightful Vegan food. You have to make bookings prior to your visit, as it serves only three lunches in a week. The best part of Goyo is that it can accommodate only ten people, and you cannot speak while you eat! I'm sure this is a tough challenge.
Cross Cafe is themed upon Adolf Hitler's Nazi party. The entire interior consists of only three colours - red, white and black, the colour of the party's flag. And what is a little creepy is that the first thing your eyes catch as soon as you enter the restaurant is an enormous portrait of Adolf Hitler himself. It seems as if you are being welcomed by him.
The concept of this restaurant is that you have to eat in the dark, and they mean it because there is no light inside the restaurant. The idea was pioneered by a blind German clergyman, and his restaurant was called 'Blindekuh' which means blind man's buffet in German. You place your order at the reception itself, and they serve you in darkness and you eat in darkness as well.
This restaurant is run by the administration of the Tihar Jail and was launched on an experimental basis. Interiors of the restaurant are very basic, consisting of wooden chairs and tables and paintings painted by the prisoners. The menu features samosas, kachoris and North Indian thalis.
The New Lucky Restaurant is located in the Lal Darwaza area and is unique about the restaurant is that it is built over an old Muslim cemetery. So, while eating here, you get the feel of eating with and on dead people. This feature makes it the weirdest restaurants of all the others.
70mm is the newest cinema themed restaurant in Hyderabad. The interior of the restaurant is such that it will take you through the evolution of movies, a perfect dinner for a cinephile.
If you like to play with the stock exchange, this is the place for you! The concept of a stock market is applied here, and if the market crashes, you get drinks below their MRP.
This is by far a unique restaurant because it's on wheels. It is a Double Decker mobile bus restaurant, and it was constructed with the objective of providing a unique dining and entertaining experience for its riders.